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Igniting Employee Activism and Demonstrating Impact Take Precedence at 17th Annual Employee Engagement Summit

Leaders from American Express, Campbell Soup Company, the Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson and more to Drive Greater Employee Engagement and Social Impact at 2018 Charities@Work Employee Engagement Summit in NYC

Published 05-23-18

Submitted by Charities@Work

The 17th annual Charities@Work Employee Engagement Summit program June 27-28, 2018 in New York City will focus on tackling social issues and igniting employee activism, driving greater social impact through innovative nonprofit partnerships, aligning employee engagement to corporate purpose, and engaging hard-to-reach employees through skilled volunteerism.

Speakers include:

  • Tim McClimon, Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at American Express, and President of American Express Foundation

  • Kirsten Morell, Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Best Buy

    • Tiffany Calderon, Senior Manager, Community Relations, Best Buy

    • Jackqueline Lagratta, Integrated Digital Marketing Manager at Campbell Soup Company

    • Megan Maltenfort, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility at Campbell Soup Company

    • Danielle Holly, CEO at Common Impact

    • Andrew R. Davis, Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, The Coca-Cola Company

    • Michael Carren, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, The Guardian Life Insurance Company

    • Michael Bzdak, Global Director of Employee Engagement and Global Community Impact, Johnson & Johnson

    • Jerome Tennille, Manager of Volunteerism, Marriott International

    • Matthew Nelson, CVP Corporate Responsibility, New York Life Insurance Company

    • Heather Loftkin Wright, Director, Responsible Business, PwC

    • Katherine Freisz, Executive Director, Winnebago Foundation and Corporate Responsibility, Winnebago Industries

    • Peter Dudley, author, Corporate Social Responsibility Executive, most recently with Wells Fargo

    • And more

Register now:

This unique Summit brings corporate social responsibility (CSR) leaders together to share trends and new ideas as well as drive greater social impact.

The Summit is made possible thanks to generous sponsors:

  • Pre-Conference Sponsor PwC

  • Summit Networking Event Sponsor Wells Fargo

  • Gold Sponsors Best Buy, New York Life Insurance Company, The Guardian Life Insurance Company

  • Silver Sponsors American Express, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

  • Bronze Sponsors 3BL, Aetna, Berkshire Bank, Bright Funds, Group Sales, Inc., Realized Worth, YourCause  

About Charities@Work
Charities@Work bridges the corporate and nonprofit sectors to achieve greater social impact. Charities@Work is an alliance of four nonprofit organizations – America’s Charities, Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact – that collectively represent more than 3,000 of the leading health, environmental, international development, and community nonprofits making a difference in the U.S. and around the world today. These four nonprofits exist to facilitate interaction and partnerships between charities, companies, and their employees for meaningful outcomes and impact for all.

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Charities@Work is an alliance of three nonprofit organizations—Community Heath Charities, EarthShare, Global Impact—that collectively represent more than 3,000 of the leading health, environmental, international development, and community nonprofits making a difference in the U.S. and around the world today. Their members include St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, UNICEF USA, the Nature Conservancy, and many other powerful, passionate and committed causes. The Charities@Work alliance bridges corporations and nonprofits for greater social impact.

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